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Great tyro 2020-06-03 14:37

Helo Janusz,

How nice to see that you have come down again from the mountains! :)

You have written a fascinating and very informative note about the history of this oldest part of Wroclaw. And am I right to think that Nicolaus Copernicus once lived here?

And this is a very fine photograph across the water and I love how the trees and branches form a very effective frame around the main attraction which must be the tall towers and spires of the cathedral. Lovely light, true colours, perfect exposure and excellent detail and sharpness.


Kind Regards,


Old 06-04-2020, 07:31 AM
emka emka is offline
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Hello dear John, Nicolaus Copernicus lived in many places , but mainly in Warmia - a historical region in northern and northeastern Poland ( Royal Prussia, a region that had been part of the Kingdom of Poland since 1466). He studied in Krakow and in Italy.

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